Fifa rankings: Eagles keep up position in Africa yet slips in world positioning


The Federation International Football Associatio Fifa discharged its first positioning of the year onThursday as Nigeria Super Eagles Maintained its fourth position in Africa yet slipped two places on the world positioning.

Nigeria dropped from her past 44th position to 46th in the FIFA Coca Cola World Rankings. The Eagles kept up its 1427 points from the past rundown in December.

The Asian bosses, Qatar move to 55th on the planet, picking up 38 places and achieving their best position since 1993. As per FIFA proclamation, the Asian Cup has been in charge of the outstanding changes in the rankings, with the shortage of diversions in different confederations leaving the main 20 unaltered, Belgium still in post position.

Further down the table, Qatar isn’t the main group to have climbed in staggering style. Individual finalists, Japan (27th, up 23) have alsosoared up the request, while Korea Republic (38th, up 15), United Arab Emirates (67th, up 12) and Jordan (97th, up 12) all enlisted twofold digit gains.

There were likewise huge upward moves by any semblance of Iraq (80th, up cool, Iran (22nd, up 7) and Uzbekistan (89th, up 6).

Another outcome of these progressions is that Asia has helped its numbers in the Ranking’s main 50. The Asian Football Confederation is presently spoken to by four groups up, one on the last version, and now stands level with Africa, whose numbers have been exhausted by Congo DR (51st, down 2) dropping out.

In the interim, Senegal holds her best spot among CAF groups with 1505 and 24th on the planet with Tunisia following intimately with 1493 on 28th spot.

Behind is Morrocco who accumulated 1440 points in the wake of slipping three spots, from 40th set in the past rundown to 43rd.

The following rankings will be distributed on April 4. We trust that we can return above in the following positioning